Dana Lockridge, M.Ed. is a Mental Health Professional who began her career with CSG in August 2020. Dana earned her BA in Psychology from Lock Haven University, and then her M.Ed. in Rehabilitation Counseling from Penn State University in the mid 1990’s. Dana is currently in the process of obtaining her License for Professional Counseling. Dana’s background includes working in community mental health settings and working in state run institutions for adolescents and adults in the capacity of a Psychological Services Specialist. During that time, Dana had been a trainer for the state in the Sanctuary Model (Trauma Informed Care) and Suicide Prevention, including training teenagers to manage situations involving suicidal ideations or behaviors they may encounter with peers. The past 15 years have been spent primarily providing individual and group therapy to individuals who have suffered complex trauma and loss, in addition to training program staff to provide Trauma Informed Care and treatment. Dana is a Certified Individual Trauma Clinician and a Certified Child/Adolescent Trauma Clinician. Treating individuals who have experienced trauma is a specialty area, but Dana’s interests are diverse in the counseling field and she works with individuals with a wide variety of mental health disorders.